We’ve talked about flipping the classroom, but maybe you were wondering how exactly to do something like that with Panopto? We have some answers on Atomic Learning!
Here’s the question, though: do you record or do your students record? Why not both! Social Learning is what they’re calling it. Record a quick video about something that lights you up in class (even with apps). What really speaks to you about the topic? Simply exhibiting a passion for the idea and material helps make it that much more interesting. It’s unreasonable to expect a human professor to keep all that passion every single day, so why not chip in as a student with this learning/teaching approach?
Faculty can build a course repository on Panopto to collect and share all the videos, talks, presentations, etc. Students can check out that space and contribute to it in a variety of ways. Further, loop it into Moodle with our Panopto block, and you’re on your way to really collaborative exploration of ideas. It will knock down walls that you may want kept up to focus students, but it’s a small price to pay to have them actively engaging in the learning and teaching process. Give students a voice outside of the classroom– contact us today to talk about Social Learning in your course!